Rep. Bill Hefner (D-N.C.) teamed with Paris Fisher, Ron Reeves and Jim Spurling for net 54 to win first prize in golf at the 20th Vince Lombardi Tournament of Champions yesterday at Indian Spring Country Club.

Harold Solomon and Paul Cohen defeated Lynn Bybee and Rep. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.), 8-3, to win the pro-amateur tennis tournament.

Paul Chapman and Mark Fleming defeated Howard Alenier and Jeff Smith, 6-1, to win the celebrity round-robin tennis.

Willie Wood, who played defensive back for legendary Coach Lombardi in the Green Bay Packers' glory years, was in the field of 700 golfers and tennis players, which included members of Congress and other celebrities and athletes.

"It gives you a special feeling," said NFL Hall of Fame member Wood, who played the Chief course, the more difficult of Indian Springs's two layouts, "especially when you consider the cause. I think in 20 years the tournament has done a remarkable job of expanding.

"We've had excellent weather for this {the rain came later}. Sometimes I feel that he {Lombardi} has something to do with it."

Tournament founder and chairman Bob Schmidt rolled in an eagle putt and teamed with basketball great Julius Erving, and Larry and Keith Mahaney, for 55 to finish second in the scrambles golf.

"When I started it, I was really taken by the spirit of Lombardi," Schmidt said. "The first year we raised $5,000. We now raise 400,000 dollars a year and we've now raised over 3 1/2 million dollars" for the Vincent T. Lombardi Cancer Center at Georgetown University. "It's part of society here. We're going to do it until we beat cancer."

This year Schmidt lined up the first Soviet sponsor, Slava, the country's largest watch company. "Everybody in the tournament got watches," Schmidt said.

Erving, an avid golfer since retiring from the NBA, said, "I play as often as possible." He plays out of Squires Golf Club in Ambler, Pa., makes several charity tournaments in the Philadelphia area and has played in two of the last three Lombardis. He started golfing three years ago, plays to a 17 handicap, and hopes "to get it down to 12 or 11."